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530 New Waverly Pl Ste 301, Cary, NC | Directions 2751835.736736 -78.776038
Mon. - Fri. 9am - 5pm;Sat. - Sun. CLOSED
I love brannona – I started going to dr brannon in 2007 with my first pregnancy and again with my second preg short after the care was amazing and i do agree that Dr. Rogers does take more time if you like jokes and are easy going go Brannon is your man . I saw dr brannon all thru my pregnancy up to 39 weeks when i saw rogers and sceduled an induction my induction was fine up to the birth part he missed my daughter being born even though they kept paging him my nurse had to get a midwife from another practice to deliever her after that it kept going down hill i had no epidural and got stitches that were painful but that wasent his fault i got released that sunday and did some walking around when i got a sharp lower pain the pain got worse and by sunday was unbearable at first i thought it might be gas or something but it got so bad i couldnt sleep or cough or even take care of my newborn or my toddler finally i called up there and they told me to come in Thank god it was Dr.Brannon he asked mw why i hadnt waited for him jiking around and he asked what was wrong he did an ultrasound and sure enough Dr.Rogers had left placenta in my uterus...you could clearly see Dr.Brannon was not happy at all he was gonna do a dialation and evac in the office but the pain was unbearable and he said he didnt want me to hurt anymore then i already was so i had emergency surgery the next morning while i waited for him to be able to fit me in he was kind a reassuring and pushes scheduled surgeries after i had mine i lost all trust for dr.rogers and am very glad he doesnt work there anymore or i can assure you i would have found another practice
BOVIE SCRATCHPAD left INSIDE me after C-SECTION – after my C-section, these doctors left a scratchpad, which is similar to a brillo pad inside me, it sat in my bowel for 6 weeks and caused damage...I needed a complete hysterectomy at age 34....this group is rushed and careless...FIND another practice, don't let a mistake like mine happen to you.
DO NOT GO HERE – Dr. Brannon is very arrogant and rude. I have never been so insulted in all my life. He rushes in and out of your room, without listening to Anything you have to say. He makes inappropriate comments, and takes joking way to far. The first visit he rudely interrupted me, made comments that were not warranted and was very harsh and extremely full of himself. I will NEVER return to this practice, and if you do some research, you will find Dr Brannon cannot keep any other doctors with him.. Wonder why?
I lOVE Dr. Brannon! – I have been with Dr. Brannon for a few years now. I recently had an ectopic pregnancy and Dr. Brannon saved my life and my ability to have children again. He made this difficult time bearable and is taking such good care of me I feel completely at ease with the situation. I would tell anyone to see him. I am very lucky he is right on top of things! He is an angel!
I like Dr. Rogers – Dr. Z retired, Dr. Scott did not last even a year and so it's down to Brannon and Rogers. I was not happy with my first OB office. I loved my Doctor (Dr. Tartarchek) but did not like the office one bit. A friend recommended Brannon and Rogers and I'm glad. I met Brannon and realized his personality and mine would not mesh. He's very easy going - almost like a beach bum. He was too rushed for me. Rogers was hurried too, but I figured out it was the practice and not him. If you wanted more consult time, you just had to ask in advance and then he would sit down with you and talk. Some of the cancelled appts were office errors. I would ask for Rogers but get Brannon, and I had to wait forever a couple of times. But in an OBGYN office things like women going into labor, long discussions with a woman who may have just had a miscarriage, etc. can really hold up an appt. I try to be very patient. But as far as good care goes, Dr. Rogers was terrific. He answered all my questions intelligently and was never judgmental. I am not Christian and I never got the feeling that mattered. That is very important to me. Be Christian at church but don't preach to me in a Doctor's office - and he didn't. He respected ALL my decisions. Most of the office staff are friendly and remember my name. Rogers will be going solo soon and I will follow him. If I had to choose, I would say my vote is for Rogers as the best of the two. But it's really a personality choice. With ANY doctor, you have to fit and never never be afraid to ask for more time at appts if you need it.
I will NOT be going here again! – Do not expect to leave here in less than an hour. Every time I go here I wait at least 45 min. in the waiting room and 15 min. laying on an uncomfortable exam table. They book WAY too many patients and it shows from the lack of impersonal service you receive. I always feel rushed and they don't talk down to your level. I had one friend who went there and the doctor forgot about her! They were about to close their office and she was still in the waiting room! Find another place to go to!
Not Infertility specialists – On my first visit, I saw Dr Brannon. While nice enough, Dr Brannon is so fast with you, you barely have time to ask questions, much less get them answered. I was 35, diabetic, and concerned about being able to get pregnant. He told me to try for 6 months, then come back. In 6 months, I came back to see Dr Rogers, hoping for a little more time and attention and information. I was 36 years old, not getting pregnant, and worried about health issues that could be preventing it. He told me I should try ANOTHER 6 months, and gave me a spiel about how women assume they are infertile, yada yada, and didn't want to do anything. I begged him to run tests, at least some basic ones, and he tried to guilt me into NOT having the tests run. I quit the practice, and went somewhere else, and turns out, I do have a fertility issue, and if I had listened to him, would have been 6 months longer not knowing and not getting pregnant. Definitely NOT a good place to go if you have fertility questions or concerns.
Incredible Hearts – I have never met three men who love their job and the Lord more. This was my first experience with male OBs, but they were incredible throughout my pregnancy. Dr. Brannon was my primary doctor and we loved him. He was going to be out of the country when I was due to give birth, so their new doctor, Dr. Scott took over my care. If you are looking for a new dr, go see him (or Dr. Brannon or Dr. Rogers, they are all incredible!). He is wonderful at his job, but he also cares about you as a patient and will do whatever it takes to make you comfortable and make sure your pregnancy is healthy. I received better care than I could ever ask for. I hope that when we have our next baby, we will still live here. I could not imagine having another office take care of me during that special time. The office staff and nurses are attentive and caring. The office is usually very busy and we often had to wait a little while, but the care we received was well worth any wait. Dr. Scott would take as much time as need to answer our questions and address any concerns we had. You will not be disappointed if you see these wonderful men for your general health and prenatal care.
Find Someone Else – I completely agree with the others who have reviewed this practice. While I have found that the nursing staff is courteous and friendly, Dr. Brannon is out of the room before he steps foot in the room. While this makes the yearly exam quick and painless, it is not what you want for your OB. He has not yet asked me how I am feeling although he did ask me if I had any questions. When I asked him my question, he answered me with a sarcastic question. What really pushed me to look for another OB, he told me that if I didn't like his ways, I would be finding another Dr. Well guess what, that is exactly what I am doing. I will not go through my pregnancy knowing that my physician is only thinking about getting to the next person. I cannot speak about any of the other physicians in the practice but I would not recommend Dr. Brannon to anyone. As an afterthought, I have waited in the waiting room from 35 minutes to 1 hour each time. Find someone else.
I love all these doctors! – I've been a patient of this practice for 11 years. I've had a baby delivered by Dr. Brannon, Dr. Rogers and Dr. Z! I trust them completley, and am looking forward to seeing them again with my new pregnancy. I have always found them to be very open to my questions, and very knowledgable. Often the wait is long, but I know they are giving each patient the care they need.
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